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"These waves of unprecedented brutal attacks, fueled by ritual practices and the inaction of the authorities is unacceptable. The right to live without violence, without harassment or political intimidation is a fundamental right and must be defended unconditionally," declared Martine Moïse, wife of candidate of the PHTK, Jovenel Moïse.
Moïse Jean Charles in Uruguay
Moïse Jean Charles, the candidate for the presidency of the platform "Pitit Dessalin" is currently visiting Uruguay, where he met with the President of Uruguay, Tabaré Vázquez, around the South / South cooperation. Moïse Jean Charles also met with the rector, vice rector and dean of the State University of Uruguay.
The Collective of 4 December proposes an economical election
The Collective of 4 December suggests that the State does not grant any funding to political parties or candidates for the upcoming elections and that the presidential elections are held in a single round, without appeal.
According to the Collective these proposals should help to substantially reduce the time and cost of elections.
The G48 wants "eject" Privert
According to the Deputy Rony Célestin, the President of the majority group in the lower house G48 "Parliamentarian Alliance for Haiti" (APH), the Group's position is maintained to eject Privert of the Presidency, recalling "the Head of State can not run for 2 consecutive mandate [or extend his term] according to the requirements of the Constitution."
Registration for partial Senate elections
Pending the final publication of the list of political parties and groups (about thirty) registered for the renewal of one third of the Senate, Nicole Siméon, spokesman for the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) recalls that "candidates wishing to run for a Senate seat will be asked to register from next week from 7 July to 14 August 2016."
NOTICE : The presidential candidates invited
The 27 presidential candidates who have confirmed their participation in the presidential election of October 9 are invited Thursday by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) in a meeting around the following new provisions: the deployment of representatives on the national territory; and citizen mobilization in order to ensure transparency of the electoral process.